Utah Legislature Archive
State Superintendent Larry Shumway received a prompt reply to a letter he sent U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan this week. Shumway wrote
The Utah Senate approved a bill this morning that requires some welfare recipients in the state to be drug tested if they
The Utah Senate has passed a bill that was initially intended to thwart Salt Lake City's anti-idling ordinance. But as KCPW's Whittney
A divisive bill that would only allow Utah public schools to teach strictly abstinence-only sexual education is heading to the governor’s desk.
A resolution urging the State Board of Education to thoroughly evaluate its adoption of the Common Core standards developed by several states
Without fail, there’s always one issue that dominates much of the discussion during the Utah Legislature’s annual session: public education. This year,
Legislation that bans huka smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes in public spaces under the Utah Indoor Clean Air Act is
The Utah Legislature's minority party is losing two prominent members. Monday, two long-time Democrats, David Litvack and Karen Morgan, announced their plans
The Utah House of Representatives approved a measure Monday that would require women in Utah to wait three days before getting an
A proposal to allow personal income tax contributions for elementary schools across Utah was narrowly rejected by the Utah Senate this morning.